The sudden death of prophet T.B Joshua, a renowned man of God, is currently trending in Africa and the world. On Saturday, after a service in his church, the pastor is reported to have died mysteriously. His body was brought to the morgue in order to have an autopsy to learn more about the cause of his death.
He is the founder of SCOAN, of the synagogue, which attracted thousands of followers from all over the globe. The late man of God also owned Emmanuel TV, which is known for broadcasting Christian shows, which is popular and most watched.
The mysterious death of this prophet has put Africa and the world in mourning, this is because there was no news that the pastor was sick or something of such.
Here's what people are saying about his death:
Since TB Joshua had supporters throughout Africa and elsewhere, many people who learned of his death reacted immediately because it's a big surprise that nobody saw it coming at all.
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